Heisman Projection: 82 ballots
Here's our fourth batch of numbers, with 82 ballots (and 212 votes). LaMichael James has moved back ahead of Andrew Luck for the #2 spot.
In about a half-hour, the finalists will be announced. It's safe to say that the finalists are going to be Newton, Luck, James, and Moore. There's a gap between third and fourth, so it's possible they'd leave out Kellen Moore - but unlikely. It's also hard to imagine that they'd reach down and include Denard Robinson in the five spot.
This will be our last update during the day today -- the next will probably be late tonight or early tomorrow.
For the ninth year in a row, we're going to attempt to project the outcome of the greatest individual award in sports, the Heisman Trophy. We've been right eight out of eight years.
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Last updated: 12/6/2010, 2:32 p.m. Pacific. 82 ballots, 212 votes.
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